I wrote about this in the long post, but I don't blame you if you skipped it. You either have to believe that he says things with intention or that he says things accidentally
I believe everyone usually tries to say things with a certain aim, but sometimes things that are said are poorly chosen because one is emotional about the subject.
I think he might of, or I would hope he tries to. And if that were the case, it still might not have the impact he intended, at least not on everyone.I can remember you making this exact point, that the issue with animal cruelty is so important (I agree) that he purposely chose language that would draw attention.
I guess one can blame him for poorly chosen words or using words that are not well thought out. Or one can even blame the state of mind that belongs to an animal activist, which due to certain emotions, may not be thinking too clearly, as far as not taking into consideration of how others may hear those words, maybe.Certainly I can blame him for his own words.
yeah, so much groping for proof, and the same few comments being used again and again and again to try and convince others. Always trying to convince others.That was why I said that something he allegedly said about Pakistani people when he was a teenager was the weakest part of that article. It doesn't sound like him to me, but the real issue is that there is no proof.
He's pretty well known for his choice of words and ability to convey a message, and he's been dealing with the media for a long time, so I can't see it as "sometimes things are just said." Maybe at home but not to an interviewer.
Of course, but then again it is completely possible that sometimes things are just said. No one’s perfect not even Morrissey.
edit: yeah, he’s been dealing with media (interviews) for so long that he may as well call it home.